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then it would turn a spotlight on paul ryan's budget proposals and we were right. joe biden and president obama wasted no time using it to bludgeon the gop nominees. >> romney said, quo, it was marvelous and that had he been president if it passed he would sign it. now, that same budget, the ryan budget, the "new york times" in the past called him, i quote, the most extreme budget plan by a house of congress in modern times. >> i want to bring in republican senator johnny isaacson of georgia, former businessman and member of the senate finance committee, good friend to the show. good to see you. thanks for being with us. >> great to be here. >> paul ryan's budget is similar to the one he proposed last year you just heard joe biden criticizing. and by the way to the one that came up the year before. every time paul ryan releases a budget democrats call it a voucher program that will saddle seniors with extra costs. under paul ryan's plans, american who is turn 65 in 2024 or later would choose between private health insurance plans or they could stick with their traditional medicare option. they'
is similar to the one he proposed last year you just heard joe biden criticizing. and by the way to the one that came up the year before. every time paul ryan releases a budget democrats call it a voucher program that will saddle seniors with extra costs. under paul ryan's plans, americans who turn 65 in 2024 or later would choose between private health insurance plans or they can stick with their traditional medicare options. they'd get a subsidy from the federal government to put toward the cost of their premium. the first year, the subsidy would cover the cost of the second least expensive private plan or the medicare option, whichever is cheaper. in later years the subsidy would go up based on a competitive bidding process. senator, paul ryan pitched his proposals to voters in last year's election and the republicans lost. why do we keep bringing up something that doesn't seem to be getting public support? >> first of all, we did a bad marketing job a year ago in the election. let me talk to you about what i think we should be saying. first of all, you acknowledge anybody 55 years or ol
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